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ADHD awareness month

October is ADHD Awareness Month. The theme for this year is “Knowing is Better.” If you (or a family member) have been diagnosed with ADHD, you’ll find lots of information online. Here are some reputable resources: Attention Deficit Disorder Association … Continue reading

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book review – stress awareness month

April is Stress Awareness Month and it’s important to remember that some stress can be good for you. You might work more diligently or feel more creative if you experience a little stress. Sometimes, however, we create more stress for ourselves … Continue reading

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more about hoarding

I received so much feedback about my book review of Stuff that I wanted to share more resources about hoarding. Jaime Darkwood writes about what it’s like to live with someone who has hoarding tendencies and how to keep the … Continue reading

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book review – Stuff: Compulsive Hoarding and the Meaning of Things

Most people have too much stuff; however, there is a big difference between having too much stuff and hoarding. Between TV shows about hoarding and numerous books devoted to the subject, the public has become aware of hoarding as a … Continue reading

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